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Timetable Lough Foyle Ferry 2017 ~ Inishowen, Donegal

The Lough Foyle Ferry operates every day, Monday to Sunday, on a regular shuttle service. Starting from Greencastle, Inishowen, Co Donegal at 9am – 8pm. The last sailing from Magilligan is at 7.45pm. Timetable & Fares ~ Lough Foyle Ferry, Inishowen  Cars, Campers & Commercials ~ Less than 6 metres Single: €12 / £10 Return: €16 […]


Connected To The Sea At Moville Shore Path Walk, Inishowen

The Moville Shore Path is a stunning coastal walk that will guide you along the banks of Lough Foyle from the coastal town of Moville to the picturesque fishing village of Greencastle, see below. Coastal Views Along The Moville Shore Path, Inishowen Seating is located at intervals along the route which will encourage you to […]


Hidden Archaeology In Inishowen

The “Morton God Dolmen” as it is known locally, is an impressive archaeological monument set in the ancient area of Eskaheen/Iskaheen. In the Irish language ‘Uisce Chaoin’ translates to mean “Pure Water”.The name is thought to have originated from a holy well in the area that had curative powers. Inishowen’s Largest Portal Tomb The monument […]


Wild Atlantic Views Along The Inishowen Head Loop, Donegal

Following the Inishowen 100 scenic drive and Wild Atlantic Way coastal route you will pass a stretch of coast that follows the expanse of Lough Foyle to the rich green fields of the Inishowen countryside. The Inishowen Head Loop is located 4kms North-East of the fishing village of Greencastle. The trail head is well signposted […]


Inishowen Red Squirrels In The Spotlight

Due to air tonight at 9.30pm on the popular TG4 Wildlife program Éire Fhiáin (8th March 2017) is footage captured by Crossing The Line Films of Red Squirrel inhabitants at Lis Na Gra Woods in Muff, Inishowen. Lis Na Gra Woods Inishowen, Donegal Lis Na Gra Woods is located close to the village of Muff and […]


The Romantic Side Of Inishowen

The Inishowen Peninsula has a wealth of viewing points and beaches to engage the senses. Experience breathtaking views from Ireland’s most Northerly point at Malin Head, see above, get sand between your toes at beautiful beaches and walk along an inspiring coastline that guarantees some romantic sights from sunrise to sundown. See below for some […]


Inishowen: An Ancient Landscape

Inishowen is an ancient area that spans 1000s of years, visible archaeological monuments that occupy the landscape testify to that fact. Yet recent discoveries at Cooley Moville, pictured below and Carndonagh have proven, that much more can be learnt about the Peninsula and its important ecclesiastical past by looking beneath the surface. The Bernician Studies […]


Events in Inishowen

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